3D Realm has confirmed to Polygon that they are adding free downloadable content for Minecraft: Story Mode and the upcoming The Forest, which they have also announced will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox one and PC.
Both of those games are due out in the summer.3D Realms said they plan to release a full-length trailer for each game on July 18.
If you want to check out the trailer for Minecraft, you can find it here .
For The Forest we’re waiting on more info.
3D will have more details about Minecraft on July 19, but don’t expect to see a trailer at this point.
The Forest is a free DLC pack that will be available on July 17.
It will be downloadable for PS3 and Xbox 360, and will cost $6.99 on PS4 and Xbox One.
The Forest is available for download in North America for PSN and Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
If you have a PS4 or Xbox One, you may want to be playing Minecraft right now to make sure you get all of the content, and we’ll have a full review up in the next day or two.
The announcement also came with some details about the upcoming release date for The Forest.
It’s scheduled to launch on July 24, but 3D said that’s still a lot of time away from its official release date.
We’re hoping to be able to announce the full release date as soon as we can, but in the meantime, check back here for more news about the game.
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